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– Emerging Medium Sized Firms]. Budapest : Deloitte . Dominguez , N. – Mayrhofer , U. ( 2017 ): Internationalization Stages of Traditional SMEs: Increasing, Decreasing and Re

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Authors: Lea Kubíčková, Martina Toulová, Marcela Tuzová and Lucie Veselá

European SMEs. Zoetermeer (The Netherlands): European Commision, Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry. Final Report. http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/market-access/files/interna tionali sa - tion_of_european sm e s final

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Markets and Financial Structure: Review of Issues and an Empirical Investigation . Small Business Economics , 8 ( 1 ): 59 – 67 . De Maeseneire , W. – Claeys , T. ( 2012 ): SMEs

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/state_of_the_innovation_union_report_2015. pdf, accessed 12/03/2017. European Commission ( 2018 ): SME Internationalisation beyond the EU. https://ec.europa.eu/ growth/smes

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What makes Hungarian SMEs perform poorly?

A stochastic frontier analysis

Author: I. Major

. Comparative Economic Studies , XLI ( 2–3 ), 61 – 110 . Major , I. ( 2002 ): Miért (nem) sikeresek a magyar középvállalatok ? (Why are Hungarian SMEs (not) Successful

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Authors: Raul Manuel Da Silva Laureano, Maria João Cardoso Vieira Machado and Luís Miguel Da Silva Laureano

Reporting Standard (IFRS) will Support Management Accounting System for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME)? Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Oeconomica 11 ( 1 ): 308 – 317 . Butler

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. , ‘ Financing SME Growth: The Role Of The National Stock Exchange Of Australia And Business Advisors ’ ( 2015 ) 25 Australian Accounting Review, 114 – 123 . Ferencz , B

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Avella-Camarero, L. — Garcia-Perez, F. (2010): La actividad exportadora: Causa o efecto de la competitividad de las pymes manufactureras españolas? [Export activity: Cause or effect of the competitiveness of Spanish manufacturing SMEs?]. Revista de

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Authors: Stéphane Lemarié, Marie-Angèle de Looze and Vincent Mangematin

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Both the technological and market focus of 228 European biotechnology SMEs are analysed in this paper. Data from the Genetic Engineering catalogue provide a complementary representation compared to the patent publications that are most commonly used. Results of the analysis produce a new view of the development of biotech SMEs. First, no pattern of specialisation by country is observed, even though three types of company with different technological focus can be distinguished in the sample. Second, it is argued that the rapid technological evolution in this domain can hardly be explained by a rapid evolution of the technological basis of the companies, and should consequently be explained primarily by the creation of new SMEs. Third, four different patterns of linkage between technology and market focus are observed, by means of co-word analysis.

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. The Free-market Innovation Machine: Analyzing the Growth Miracle of Capitalism Bougrain, F. - Haudeville, B. (2002): Innovation, Collaboration and SMEs Internal Research

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